Legendary women from past, present, and mythology immortalized on stunning gold or sterling silver medallions. Who’s your inner Goddess?
Aphrodite is so much more than the Greek Goddess of love, beauty, and gracefulness. “Aphros” means foam in Greek, as she was born from sea foam (remember that next time you emerge from the bubble bath). She’s represented by doves, sparrows, and swans. And myrtle trees, as in fertile myrtle.Shop All Aphrodite
Artemis is the Olympian Goddess of the wilderness and animals, both a protector of the young and hunter of the old. She demands respect; she grants favors for those who please her and seeks vengeance against anyone who dare transgress her.Shop All Artemis
Athena, the Goddess of heroic endeavor, commands the frontline of battle and is sought by all for help and advice. Unsurpassed in warfare and wisdom, she inspires women to be both well-educated and fierce.Shop All Athena
Cleopatra was the last ruler of the Kingdom of Egypt. She actively influenced Roman politics through her romantic liaisons and military alliances. She came to represent, as did no other woman of antiquity, the prototype of the romantic femme fatale.Shop All Cleopatra
Florence Nightingale, the mother of modern nursing, was a public health pioneer. She revolutionized healthcare with her no-nonsense approach to hygiene, sanitation and patient care and transformed nursing into a highly valued profession.Shop All Florence Nightingale
Few goddesses know how to live it up like the Norse goddess Freya. Ruler of love, fertility, beauty, and fine material possessions she certainly has an appreciation for the finer things in life.Shop All Freya
Frida Kahlo was a celebrated Mexican painter known for her captivating self-portraits. By remaining artistically active under the weight of hardship, Frida made it legitimate for women to display their emotions. She is celebrated as a symbol of strength and resilience for female artists everywhere.Shop All Frida Kahlo